Group with Asklepius and Hygieia. Roman copy from the time of Hadrian after a Late Hellenistic original. Marble. Inv. No. 571. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pio-Clementine Museum, Gallery of statues.
Asclepius, Hygieia and medicine
The Apollo made by the Etruscan artist Vulca to decorate the Temple in Veii
A World's Story
The Torment (Flaying) of Marsyas - 1st or 2nd century Roman copy of 3rd century BC Hellenistic sculpture
Ancient Art and Sculpture of the Classical World
Pompeii wall art they uncovered.
Fonderia Artistica Da Prato di Da Prato Massimo
artnet Galleries: Eros II by Igor Mitoraj from DIE GALERIE
Apollo from Veii! Terracota. Originally a rooftop decoration on a temple, that is why his features are so exaggerated. Archaic style.
Emperor Galba, Roman bust (marble), (head) 1st century AD, (bust) 1st century BC, (Palazzo dei Conservatori, Rome).
Sicilian Head of Demeter or Kore Terracotta, circa 350-300 BC, in the Getty Villa museum
Ancient Peoples Standing Woman Greek 2nd Century B.C. Source: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco